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Apr 27, 2013 8:00am EDT
on the dangers of a large federal government. it's about 50 minutes. >> you know, a lot of the questions that i get about this book or why i wrote this book have to do with the subtitle. the book is called devouring freedom, the subtitle is can big government ever be stopped? the first question i get is, well, can it? at the risk of discouraging you all from buying the book, i'm going to let you in on the answer. the answer is, yes. but it is possible that it can be stopped. but first of all, there are a lot of other questions that have to be addressed. and in my book, one of the things i do -- it's essentially a story about what are the prospects of limited government. and when i started writing the book, we did not know who was going to be the next president, but we did know it was going to be a relevant issue regardless of who won the election. i don't think -- i'm a massachusetts native myself. i don't think that there was any real danger that government was going to get drastically smaller if mitt romney had been elected president. i know that that's a shocking thing for many people to, yo
Apr 28, 2013 2:00pm PDT
>> elections just weeks the government opened fire and rum. in rome. beibiotics could soon practically useless. s, not quite leak the grand opening brazil was hoping for. the pakistan political campaigning is under way. the violent campaign, it would appear, is also increasing. in fact, the pakistani taliban is predicting even more bloodshed. two people killed in a party rally. islamabadreport from on the violent acts to disrupt it. was planted outside the campaign office in a northwest city. the target, an independent candidate running for election before the polls. people were killed, many others wounded in the attack. shortly afterwards, another bombing, also targeting an independent candidate, killing several and injuring many more. the taliban has claimed responsibility for both attacks. there were looking at three political parties, the national and thenother movement, ruling pakistan people's party. all three are perceived as secular and liberal. seems to be the the taliban are talking, to bring in any pakistan which is conservative, more religious. completely wiped
Apr 28, 2013 11:00pm PDT
the italian prime minister's office as the country's new government was sworn in. a school in the united states holds its first into racial prom nearly 60 years after the end of segregation. -- interracial prom nearly 60 years after the end of segregation. welcome to the program. the search for survivors after a building collapse in bangladesh has all but ended. heavy machinery has been brought in to begin the cleanup after an eight story illegal construction came down on wednesday. it is the deadliest disaster to hit the garment industry in the country. our correspondent was at the scene. >> hope of finding more survivors faded on sunday. officials leading the operation started using heavy machinery to remove piles of large concrete. it is no doubt disheartening for this man.e he is one of hundreds of volunteers searching for the debris for a sign of life. the building collapsed last let -- last wednesday, leaving thousands of garment workers trapped inside. >> i need glasses. i need kneecaps. i need stuff. >> between last night and this morning, i found 200 50 dead bodies. i was only a
May 1, 2013 5:30am PDT
to the foreign minister. she said the work -government- is looking to address a cultural of impunity. for many prevailed decades. many people including owners of buildings and owners of factories, they feel they did not need to comply with the loss and the standards -- the laws and the standards and the building codes. we have taken a stern action with people not complying with law. we have been working with the stakeholders in improving the conditions. >> the owner of the building that collapsed is politically connected. he has been able to get away with many things. connectedtically means you'll escape any form of connection. impunity --re of >> the culture of impunity is a thing of the past because of the government's initiative in this sector for ending in kennedy. of just bring the killers 1975 to justice but ending this culture of impunity in this sector. that is why whoever it is, whoever has done anything wrong or violated any laws, whatever kind of connection they may have with political powers, it did not matter. with this case, the owner of the building, he has been evicted and he w
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May 4, 2013 8:00am PDT
? you invite a lot of government intrusion. i think missouri did the wrong thing. we surely have to bring down the cost of the unemployment benefits. this is walk nothing the land mine. >> john, be specific. cost of unemployment benefits are 42 billion a year. that is enormous cost for governments and paying people who deserve to be conditioned. >> i like the law. i don't think government should pay out the benefits. businesses suffer the most . in doing so raises the cost for luring workers back in the sidelinings. as for the notion of it unfair, we live in the richard country on earth and the rest of the world is impoverished. we have to end up living like other people. thank goodness life is unfair right now. >> rick, the point is a lot of people are unemployed that don't deserve it. it is a shame on the nation that we have a unemployment figure as large as it is. there are people who deserve to be fired, right? >> that is not the point. a lot of people got it right. steech got it right. great politic another one of the endless stream of state bills we are seeing these days. t
Apr 26, 2013 5:30pm PDT
>>> it's time now for "newsline." the leaders of japan's governing party are putting their plan to fire up nuclear plants on fast forward. the liberal democratic party's draft policy says they will take step does row start facilities that have been confirmed as safe. they will now go over the energy policy with government researchers. then they will include the plan in their campaign platform for the election in july. this latest draft takes a pledge the liberal democrats made one step further. they will decide in three years whether to restart facilities. only 2 of 50 reactors have been restarted since the fouk shema accident. the liberal democrats are studying way does bring the situation under control. >>> the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombing is behind bars. federal officials took him out of hospital and put him in prison. dzhokhar tsarnaev is recovering from throat wounds. he's admitted he and his brother tamerlan let off two bombs near the finish line of the boston marathon. and he told investigators they planned to take explosives to new york and set them o
Apr 28, 2013 5:30am PDT
that the new government was being sworn in. >> it is being reported that the mayor of rome is saying the shooting is not an act of terrorism, not terrorism- related, but he has also made reference to the recent political, and the country. -- the recent political climate in the country. >> the last two months have been political paralysis in italy. there has been no move at all newrming -- in forming a government until the middle out letta waswhen enrico given a mandate to try and come up with a government comprising of the centerleft parties and the center-right parties who are diametrically opposed to each other, to come up with some sort of formula that could see a government being sworn in, and he managed to do this. it has been very tense. unemployment running at about 35% amongst young people. the new government's first priority when it is sworn in tomorrow will obviously be to take moves on the political crisis. i think it will come as some relief to people when they hear the news that the police don't believe this is terror-inspired. >> tanks very much, peter ,harpe -- thanks
Apr 28, 2013 7:30am PDT
to connect citizens better with government * . i ran it for almost nine years. and when i was elected to office four years ago, i was unfortunately more surprised than i wanted to be about how far behind san francisco government was. this was very 2008, 2009. with you i'm really proud of the leaps and bounds we have taken as a city * . i was proud in 2010 to help move forward legislation to really bring together city departments to work in a coordinated way with our committee on information technology. to help create a chief information officer position for the city. i was also proud to work with then mayor newsome in passing the first generation of open data legislation that we have. but as our civil grand jury in june pointed out, our i-t in san francisco is still in need of a culture shock. and this is where all of us come in today. we have 200 data sets that have already been put out there, but by and large the data sets put out by city government are data sets that i think show us in a very positive way. from my perspective, it's important for us to keep on pushing data sets that
May 4, 2013 2:30pm PDT
evidence emerges of the syrian government using chemical weapons, that would be a game changer. the uss five of the soldiers have been killed in a guinness five of its.s. says soldiers have been killed in afghanistan. authorities,afghan the soldiers vehicle was struck in the volatile district in the kandahar district. firefighters in a coastal region of southern california are battling a massive wildfire and head of the fire season. the fire west of los angeles covers an area of 100 square, alters -- square kilometers. weather forecasters are hoping increased humidity rejected on the weekend will give crews manning the fire lines much needed assistance after the blaze nearly tripled in size on friday. >> firefighters were printing the blaze by creating their own trolled burns. , low humidity, and high temperatures made their work more difficult. on thursday.e out it spread further over the course of friday. affecting 4000 homes in the area, firefighters were deterred when winds gave an about-face. hundreds of thousands of evacuations. the big issue. aircrews were dropping water and fire
May 1, 2013 6:00am PDT
and aspirations and demonstrates our capacity and ability in building a trustworthy federal government. >> the alliance made substantial gains in the 2008 election. based on public dissatisfaction with the ruling party, which mainly represents the ethic malay majority. the tension between malays and wealthier chinese residents has been a long-standing issue. for decades the government has adopted bumiputera policy. the affirmative action scheme offers special opportunities to malays to help reduce the wealth gap. but the policy has come under fire for creating a new gap in education and job opportunities. malaysians also complain about restrictions on free speech. the government says these are necessary to protect social stability. >>> some people are dissatisfied with the way the government has handled ethnic divisions. others are frustrated at the growing wealth gap. nhk world's kitashi is in kuala lumpur to explain how these factors will affect the election outcome. >> reporter: thousands of protesters hit the streets outside kuala lumpur in november. most were ethnic chinese. they
May 2, 2013 5:30am PDT
to hard labor for crimes against the government. an indian prisoner accused of spying dies in pakistan, triggering a new dispute between the two countries. settlers resorted to cannibalism to survive a. evidence discovered. than. report says more 250,000 people died during a famine in somalia that began in 2010. half of them were children. it's almost double the previous estimate of deaths caused by almost three years of hunger. aid agencies say a thousand people died needlessly because the international community was slow to respond. a radical islamist group, al- shabab, also prevented food deliveries to areas it controlled. more from nairobi in neighboring kenya. >> the food and agricultural organization that did the study looked at the numbers of people that would normally die under ordinary circumstances. this is a country already fallen apart by years of conflict and insecurity and instability. even then, there were a quarter of million people who might have died. the other key is the number of warnings. the u.n. has sent up the expanded warning system. it is designed to alert the
Apr 28, 2013 9:00pm EDT
? >> first of all, this government believes in our n.h.s. is and is expanding funding in our n.h.s. and will not take the advice of the party opposite who thought increases in the spending of the n.h.s. were irresponsible. that is our view. we will go on investing in n.h.s. and need to make sure with a million extra patients visiting a&e every year we need to make sure we continue to hit the important targets we have that people get treated promptly. >> mr. milliband? >> the prime minister doesn't realize he is failing to meet the targets he has set for himself. the number of people waiting for four hours in a&e are three times higher than when he came in office. first he downgraded the a and e target and now is not even hitting it. as he approaches his third anniversary as prime minister, he needs to explain why an a and e crisis is happening on his watch. >> first of all, let me give you the figures. for the whole of last year, we met the target for a and e. that is the facts. if you take the number of occasions on which it was breached, 15 times in the last year, that is low
Apr 29, 2013 12:00am EDT
but this government is expanding funding, and we will not take the device of the party opposite who thought increases and spending were irresponsible. that is our view. on investing. we need to make sure with a million extra patients we need to make sure we continue to hit important targets. >> the prime minister does not failinghe is singularly to meet the target. the number of people waiting for hours is nearly three times higher than when he came to office, and he downgraded, and he is not even hinting not. as he approaches its third anniversary, he needs to explain why and 80 crisis is happening on his watch. >> let me give the figures. all of last year we met the target. timestake the number of it was reached, it is lower than the 23 times it was reached when he was in power in 2008. those are the facts. there is one part of the country that is wales where they haven't had a a&e target since 2000. >> mr. speaker, let me give -- [shouting] le where labor has been charged. 2009-10, 340,000 people waited longer than four hours in a&e. last year it was 888,0 people. if he wants to talk about records
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Apr 28, 2013 2:00am EDT
, the multiplier from the obama administration hasn't banned out. with government jobs those jobs go away. with private sector jobs, they grow and you create a job and interprize and jobs do grow. >> the oil continue to flow even after the pipe line is completed which is a raw material for our economy . so if the private sector feels they are getting a return on it good for the economy and good for us, let's do it . the fact that venezuela and iran, they will not get the money that is better. >> one last thing, the environmentam impact. these reserves are not going away and the canadians are not ignoring and taking them to the market. who do we trust more on the environment? america or the chinese. we all agree on that. >> rick, i am interested in who you trust more. there is a battle between the epa that said the pipe line costs more . the state department seems to be leading in favor of it. >> it is facinating f. i were going to gamble i would say the state department wins. the biggest concern to the department is whatt does to the aquafer. that is it the worry. >> i think it is a aqufe
Apr 30, 2013 1:00am PDT
of the same policy. all part of the same across the board cuts in what the government does. it always gets reported as across the board cuts in what the government spends because that sounds nicer, right? spending sounds like an awful thing, we ought to get rid of that. but government doing stuff. some of the stuff that government does, we like. it's probably the reason that we do it. and some of the stuff that government does, which has now been cut turns out is even the kind of stuff that congress notices. it's the stuff that congress likes, stuff congress wants to protect because it's stuff that affects them. and so last week, we saw congress move with heretofore unseen lightning speed to protect one of the things that government does from these across the board cuts that were otherwise causing problems. last week with lightning speed congress moved to protect air traffic control. because it was causing flight delays and, hey, flight delays, those are really annoying, bad for the country, those should be stopped. so congress moved so fast to undo those cuts that they actually have to re
Apr 28, 2013 8:00pm PDT
>> this week o"moys & company" -- >> secrecy is the linchpin of abuse of government power. one of the only avenues we have left for learning what people in power do are whistleblowers, people who essentially step out and risk their individual liberty, and that's why there's such a war being waged against them. >> and -- >> we talk sometimes about parties versus outside groups. no, no, no. the outside groups are part of the political parties, and so too are the media outlets. >> if you have a government that can't function, or that gets caught up in a war of the roses whe whas most importa is doing short-term damage to the other side, shed a little blood so that you can take over and implement a revolution, we're all going to lose. >> announcer: funding is provided by -- carnegie corporation of new york, celebrating 100 years of philanthropy, and committed to doing real and permanent good in the world. the kohlberg foundation. independent production fund, with support from the partridge foundation, a john and polly guth charitable fund. the clements foundation. park foundation,
Apr 26, 2013 6:30pm PDT
confidence that the syrian government had used chemical weapons. the british government is backing that as well. obama added on friday again that chemical weapons use is a game changer. >> the claims have not changed anything on the ground in syria. government troops pushed into two northern damascus neighborhoods on friday, triggering heavy fighting with rebels. >> syrian government forces are concentrating their firepower on damascus. troops loyal to the regime have been pounding rebel positions. as the fighting escalates, so does evidence that the regime has used a deadly chemical agents against rebel forces. has the syrian president crossed the red line? that would be a game changer for western nations. the u.s. president, barack obama, said investigations were still ongoing, but -- >> the use of potential weapons of mass destruction on civilian populations crosses another line with respect to international norms and international law. that is going to be a game changer. >> british prime minister david cameron emphasized the seriousness of the allegations. >> it is very disturb
Apr 30, 2013 5:30am PDT
or killed by this our regular syrians living in the capital. the government accuses terrorist groups, meaning the rebels. they say they are desperate because the government has been able to push them outside the suburbs. if you talk to the opposition, they did not condone the attacks, but they do say maybe it is the regime who did this, the regime who planted the bombs in order to terrify people, to to tell the rebels do not care about you and they are the ones planting the bombs and putting these car bombs in your streets and that is why you should hang on and support them because these are the only ones who can guarantee your safety. it depends who you talk to. what is obvious is on the ground, despite the security measures the government has put in place, it has failed to stop such attacks. another thing is the rebels on the ground in damascus and around it are having a setback. the government has been able to be sees them in the stronghold or clear the stronghold. at a very high cost for the civilians. either those were displaced and had to leave their homes or were killed in the
Apr 28, 2013 1:00pm EDT
. this is richard gelles on your screen. one of his books, his most recent is called "the third lie: why government programs don't work- and a blueprint for change." dr. gelles, i am here from the government and i'm here to help you. is that not true? just could not true. >> host: why not? >> guest: because most social government programs designed to help people don't help. in some instances it is little more, i hate saying this, but the do-gooder full employment act that provides lots of jobs to people who would like to help, but at the end of the day if you look at whether the needle has been moved and people have been helped by substantial government programs and substantial amounts of money, the bottom line is very rarely are people helped. that was a story worth telling. the idea came to me as i was being smuggled into the back door of the statehouse in the state of hawaii from meeting with the secretary, the speaker of the house. hawaii was spending half a billion dollars on education. part that was subsidized by the federal government under the dividuals with disabilities education act. the
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Apr 28, 2013 12:00am EDT
code means you have been struck. 13,000. john: government mess. >> obamacare is working. >> this is a simple, strong, good thing. john: and then there is free-market. >> my cell phone, m e-mail address. >> the long-term players in the medical business need to be pushed to a new way of looking at things. john: well will be the new way? government? free-market? and what happens when the conflict? >> thereof the criminal. >> are you still there? john: i hope so. any hint to treat my dog. will that be legal? free-market medicine. that is our show tonight. ♪ >> and now john stossel. john: parts of our health care delivery system do need fixing. a worker still locked to their jobs because they get their health insurance from their job. no one knows what anything costs, even doctors don't know. as a result, everything costs more. obamacare does not even address those problems. it is supposed to solve all kinds of other problems. >> you have turned, mr. president, the right of every american to have access to decentealth care into reality for the first time in american history
Apr 29, 2013 10:00am EDT
: there is a lot on what the federal government is making. at the lower levels low- high skilled workers in make more. do we ask contractors to make ?he same sacrifice tax > >> qe1 to take you live to the holocaust memorial where they are marking two decades honoring the memory of the holocaust and honoring leaders to a tribute to the holocaust survivors in washington, d.c. [indiscernible crowd conversations] crowdcernible conversations] >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome today's honored , and the director of the holocaust museum. tom bernstein, a chair of the holocaust museum. foranddaughter of holocaust survivors. veteran scottie. chairman of the united states holocaust memorial museum. [applause] clinton, ant bill founder of the clinton foundation and 42nd president of the united states. please rise for the army flags. ♪ infantry division airborne division. the fourth infantry division and. the eighth infantry division and 14th armored division. 26th infantry division and 12th armored division, when a . and29th infantry division 11th armored division. the 30th infantry division and 10t
May 4, 2013 2:00pm PDT
government forests -- forces in the country's northwest. dozens die in fighting in .orwich area -- in nigeria al jazeera has exclusive access. china launches a terrorism drive in the south china sea. just a week to go to until pakistani elections. it has been mired by violence. twin bombs killed four people in southern cap -- pakistan. it went off in the offices of the biggest political party. themqm party is one of three liberal secular parties that have been targeted by the taliban head of the election on may 11. let's get the latest now. he joins us now from the scene of those blasts in karachi. i am not at the scene of the blast. it is too dangerous to be there. what happens in these cases as that secondary and surgery -- or jerry blast happened. there was a bomb planted just a street away from the actual headquarters of the mqm. it is the closest the taliban has managed to get to the headquarters of the end un -- mqm. that bomb exploded. most likely tried to enter through the same street. it was at that moment that he detonated a second device. what happens normally is that you would get
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Apr 27, 2013 1:30pm PDT
lawmakers are adding to calling for more security cameras? >> if the government is going to use cameras to watch us, they need to have probable cause. they need to have an argument in the constitution then i'm okay with it. but willy-nilly in open spaces, i'm against that. one thing that is was lost the cameras to catch the men in boston were private cameras and i'm not on against private companies to protect their property. >> eric: we talked to a bunch of people. to the last person everyone said i want more cameras. i want it especially in areas that are prone to attacks. they want more -- why shouldn't we have more? >> i think in the aftermath of the terrible tragedy where all of us wanted to get young men that committed the atrocity. we want to see them tried and convicted. i think there is a lot of emotion and. 70% of people they would trade all their freedom for security after 9/11. that number is more back to 50/50 but it's a slippery slope. some day you may have cameras everywhere. think of 1984 where the cameras were in your bedroom and in your dining room. you never wept a mom
May 1, 2013 5:00pm PDT
the government of assad government. he said they will not be able to bring the administration down through military means. after u.s. president barack obama said the united states is studying possible steps including military involvement to counter the assad's administration alleged use of chemical weapons. >>> saudi arabia's foreign minister has waded into the debate. he says the west should arm anti-government group, the only way to stop civilian casualties. the prince spoke on tuesday and said bashar al assad has refused all efforts. and the only way is to arm the rebels. >> they need to be able to protect themselves, the least the community can do. >>> japan and the united emirates are in talks. >> translator: this isy first visit here as prime minister in six years. i'm glad to see you again. >> he proposed the dialogue between the two countries. the crown prince agreed. protecting sea lands is an issue. he thanked the uae for the oil supply. >>> traders and brokers are starting their day scanning through the latest data from the u.s. reserve. good morning. >> very good morning. >> wh
Apr 29, 2013 1:40am EDT
in demonstrations or disputes between governments but to throw in there the catch all category but it is the underlying hatred even though public opinion changes radically germans were asked there opinion under george w. bush's fell those in a couple of years obama was elected and approval was 92%. it is people who make discriminating judgments on the basis of how they assess the leader of the same country and many western europeans were unhappy with the inarticulate proponent who seem to have a spider in his step and when that president left office and a new president came and who seem to be very good at articulating why it was in the u.s. interest to seek cooperation to embody a set of ideals united states is the land of opportunity but all the sudden it is very popular so there is the underlying and consistent hatred that is quite rare and foreigners could make distinguishing judgments. >>host: why do we care what germans think of us? and was the last time we were asked what we thought of angela merkle? >> but. >>host: but why? >> united states has a lot of power and resourc
Apr 27, 2013 6:30am PDT
, first responders, if you're in the city of boston, because the federal government has just said to you we have to close our eyes, make cuts across the board to every program and guess what? we have to send you less money to help your first responders. >> are the forced budget cuts making us less safe? that's next. [ male announcer ] if you have yet to master the quiet sneeze... auto is i've discovered gold. [ female announcer ] roc® retinol correxion max. the power of roc® retinol is intensified with a serum. it's proven to be 4x better at smoothing lines and deep wrinkles than professional treatments. roc® max for maximum results. . >>> how much are american taxpayers willing to pay for security? grover norquist, a frequent guest on this program, famously said he wanted to shrink the government down to the point where he could drown it in a bathtub. two days before the bombings in boston he spoke at a tea party rally on boston common. >> on the central issue that moves our vote, we want the government to leave us alone. >> obviously norquist and anyone else at the rally couldn't fo
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Apr 29, 2013 8:00pm EDT
a huge effect on some the other government in that region. it's something that's very serious. we don't have to send american troops in there, but we should to the people whom we call rebels. the outcome is going to be very important for u.s. national security and we have allies when we are convinced that there is chemical weapons being used. it will be a game changer and we will do something about it. in fact, chemical weapons were used and everyone knows we are backing away from the commitment that we make. >> you know, they will have major consequences for the united states in terms of the reliability of our commitment. you have to make personal and verbal assurances to people. if we lose that credibility, it will but diminish dramatically the middle east where so much is based on the united states as a supporter and ally the man we end up putting a deposit down. >> i think that happens. but it doesn't always have to happen that day. we have to be wise in the way that we do these things, things that are effective, a serious part of our intelligence community and the judgment that t
Apr 28, 2013 12:00pm PDT
first responders if you're in the city of boston because the federal government has said we have to close our eyes make cuts across the board to every program, and guess what? we have to send you less money to help your first responders. >> are the forced budget cuts making us less safe? that's next. our business. we've reduced taxes and lowered costs to save businesses more than two billion dollars to grow jobs cut middle class income taxes to the lowest rate in sixty years and we're creating tax free zones for business startups. the new new york is working creating tens of thousands of new businesses, and we're just getting started. to grow or start your business visit so free credit score's redesigned site has this new score planner tool with these cool sliders. this one lets us know what happens if someone checks our credit. oh. this one lets us know what happens if we pay off our loans. yeah. what's this one do? i dunno. ♪every rose has it's thorn♪ ♪just like every night♪ ♪has it's dawn♪ score planner is free to everyone. free score applies wit
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Apr 27, 2013 8:30am PDT
you are a huge proposal of rights. where do you stand on the issui sir? >> the government is going to use cameras to watch us. they need to have probable cause and argument to use the constitution to do surveillance on us and then i am okay with it. but willie nilly and in open spaces, i am against that. one thing lost in the debate, almost all . cameras used to catch the young men in boston were private cameras. i am not opposed to protect their property. >> senator we are in times square and to the t and very last person, everyone said i want more cameras especially in areas that are prone to attacks they want more. why shouldn't we have more? >> in the aftermath of a terrible tragedy all of us wanted to get these young men who committed the atrocit yesee them tried and convicted there is it a lot of anger and emotion. after 9/11. 70 percent of the people would trade all of their freedom for security. it is back to 50-50 now it is it a slippery slope and some day you may have cameras everywhere. 1984, they inspector your bedroom and in your dining room and you went a moment's not
May 4, 2013 7:00am PDT
the coastal city after two days of killing. activists and pro-government forces are carrying an indiscriminate attacks in the area. they say more than 70 people have been killed in the neighboring village. our correspondent joins us live from antakya and neighboring turkey. governments innbanya troops supported by militia attacked banyans for the third day after raiding a village after people in the district. people there posted horrifying videos showing bodies lying in pools of blood, families indiscriminately killed by security forces. you see a video and images of children, women, and the elderly and some of them were stabbed, some of them were gunned down according to activists in the city of banya. thousands fled the area but people there that we have been talking to since early morning are saying the problem is it will be difficult for families to get away from there. there are checkpoints everywhere and security forces are not allowing civilians and people to leave. lost ourm to have connection. let's move on now to israel. it has said its jets have carried out an air strike in syria. t
May 1, 2013 7:00am EDT
an effect on the government austerity programs. protests in bangladesh demanding saved the workplace as the death toll from the factory collapsed factory at400. 400.aches in the niger delta, is there a new class of high living criminals? we will have an update on the world's biggest social network./ >> all eyes on facebook. nearly 700 million of its users access the site on these things. how much money is facebook making from people on the go? >> it's midday in london, 7:00 in the morning in washington, to look like in the afternoon in greece. a familiar scene is being played out. there's another general strike. unions are calling for mass mobilization. but there are signs this latest day of action may not be as comprehensive as some in the past. demonstrations are planned across greece and police have been placed on alert. for the latest, let's join our correspondent in athens, mark lowen. >> thank you. hello from an unusually quiet square, the main square in central athens. this is the place where the protests have long converged over the last four years. we saw hundreds of thousan
May 3, 2013 5:30pm PDT
the complex as tensions between the two countries reached a high point. government officials in seoul decided to pull out the hundreds of south korean workers after the north refused to discuss a resumption of operations. authorities in pyongyang have restricted entry to kaesong several times in the past. but this is the first time all south koreans have left since joint operations began in 2004. >>> united nations staff in iraq say april was the deadliest month there in five years. sectarian tensions are behind much of the bloodshed. representatives of the u.n. assistant mission for iraq say 712 people died last month in acts of terrorism and violence. the highest level of casualties happened in baghdad. members of the sunni muslim minority have clashed almost daily with security forces. they've been protesting against the shia muslim dominated government of prime ministerial malki. bombings have been carried out in baghdad. the explosions killed at least 8 people and wounded at least 38 others. >>> the national leaders in japan are reaches out to some of asia's most energized economies. fin
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